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I!ovlins-Crecn,..........Jnne 10, lSi3-
During the last two weeks there has
been a pretty frequent passing of wag
gons to the river, loaded with tolacco,
liemp, &c. Yesterday, we believe some
thirty hogsheads passed through town.
We pray for a speedy rctnm of the hard,
fur we are heart and soul sick of this ev
erlasting cry of "no money." It has
hereabouts actually become lawful ten
der in cases of debt, and unless the far
mers take compassion on us, and distri
bute some portion of the avails of their
Tobacco and Hemp, we shall all be com
pelled to adopt, or rather continue to
adhere to the principle of repudiation.
Ej"Onc word to those indebted to us.
c dislike to dun, and we as much dis
like to owe small debts without the means
to discharge them. We therefore
Sale of Lands for Taxes.
A page of the lust Jcffeison Inqui-
Still Another Expedition a.
gainst Santa Fe.
An extra from the Galveston Civil-
rer is occupied with an advertisement ,. , , , , . . i
. . , r . . - i liun, dated the 14ih instant, gives the
Oi the sale of Land in Chantonand r ,, . . f
r, r , ,n. , following particulars ot another ex-
LnrroII counties for taxes. 1 no sale ...
.. . , , if a. r pedition ugatust bania r e: lra.
win tike place on the first Momluv ol 1 . . , . .
, r . ".. "Iheti.nc lias at length arrived
September next. Inferring to this , when f;u;)s reialive to t!l(. expedition
advertisement, the Inquirer says: r,w ut for Santa Fe may be publish-
coiiespondence with Santa Anna,
and of representing to that tyrant
that the expedition which resulted in
the unfortunate capitulation at Mier
was a marauding party.
The papers of the Republic pub
lish translations fuilof the proposals
made bv Santa Anna, through Judge
Ifohinson: tbev diifer but slitditly
from the summary heretofore publish-
'"It will be seen under a late ant of led without endangering its success j Ci, and have received so little alien
the Genera! Assembly, many valua
ble tracts of land which have become
forfeited to the State for taxes, will
be sold in September.
It is believed this sale will afford
the best investment that has ever oc
curred in the St.ite.
The Sheriffs deed is made prima
facie evidence of tit'e. and the pur
chaser is entitled to compensation lor
all improvements wide upon the land
before l.e can 1 e evicted by a better
tide. The burden of proving tint
to all those at a distance, that week afle.r't,:e law hasr.ot complied itn,
nest, the circuit court, and an adjourned j in "ia king l,'e s;,1' li 'brown uPnn
term ofthe County Court, will be in scs- those clain.iug ndvorsely to the title
sion here, width will afford an opportu- derived from the State,
nity to those indebted to us, to pay their In the cuse of the forfeited land the
accounts. Pray dont forget us thistimc. ! whole is sold; in the crse of the sale
rhat tobacco sold for cash, as you very ! of taxes, only sa much of each irae,
well know, and so do we.
or lot will be sold, as will pay the tax.
at-WiiEAT. IV. notice that wheat ' cs allJ coits'
is still advancing. It was selling in St. ! We w"lllJ Ulyhe ,llose w,1 own
Louis on Thursday last at 87 1-2 cents, j hmd '" examine the continued list
The market is considered firm at 85 to which we are now publishing, and if
S7 1-2 for a good article. It will proba- ' tlieir lands are included, see that they
bly go up to a dollar, and perhaps even ! are redeemed before the dav of sale,
. - l
or runnini; the risk of In iivjini; upon
it the calamities which befel the par
ty under Cols. MeLeod and Cooke.
The lessons of experience arc not
always lost, an. I in this instance we
think have been well improved. Col
Snively received a commission early
this spring to raise a body of tiree
hundred volunteers in the frontier
counties of the noith-east, for a de
cent upon Santa Fe and the capture
of the tyrant Armijo and the traitor
Lewis, und to inflict suitable punish
ment for ihe barbarious treatment
visited upon the trading expedition
miller McLeod and Cooke."
The authority to start the expedi
tion was hailed with pleasure wherev
er it was made know n, and the only
difficulty in the way was, not to raise
the requisite number of men but (o
i keep from raising too many. Twen
ty five men only, for instance, were
required in Robinson rour.lv; tie
j matter was w hispered about among
those who were thought likely to f.i
vor the scheme, and when the day of
rendezvous came forty five were u -on
the ground, all good men and true,
armed and equipped, and rcadv u
march at the woid. It was found
necessary to move im-nediatclv to
I Mi'iitil foi-lliir rtnnlii'.vt ions nilil ull-
Lighcr. The extremely dull prospect of i for after that day there is ho redump- iciity- This companv w ent und-M
the present crop will incline many to j (ion. ' Capt. Chandler, an old frontiersman
holdback their wheat from market, which I ... v 7 ti f and a brave and prudent officer.
will have a tendency to raise the price.
Wpeat cnor is Wisconsin. The
Wisconsin Courier states that the pros-
Tun Flv. In conversation with an
extensive wheat grower the other day,
we were informed that the Fly is making j season
considerable ravages among the wheat
that was spared the frosts of the past
winter. Our informant sowed 200 acres
last talk and in the spring uctwithstand-
ing the pretty general destruction of
the crop through the State, he antici
pated a pretty good crop, but the fly he
says has now taken it in hand and he
desparcs of realizing even the seed.
ErOur latest news from Mexico
3oee not inform us whether Santa Anna
had accepted the terms upon which the
Campachanos offered 'him peace. It is
however believed that he will prosecute
the war as long as he can rase the means
to do so. The New Orleans Ficayune
of the 30th nit. remarks that the politi
cal affairs of Mexico look more and more
threatening. The coolest headed mer
chants are expecting a revolution, more
bloody than Mexico has yet seen. The
times are so critical that men hold con-
I' roin the other counties, where men
weie authorized to be raied. thev
pect of the Wheat crops in that region turned out in as large a proportion,
was never better than at the present j Five hundred at c know-n certainly to
i be in the held, and it is thought t.iat
t force is nearer ci-'lu. The ureat
I'rk I'mi'Tion Iviuhts.. Gov. 1 Jev-; difficul t v w as to keep the number
noli's has issued a proclamation, inldown. The place of general len
piirsunnce ofthe provisions ot the j dczvous was Coffee's station Tie
10'h section of an act of the General j time the 15ui of Apiil.
Assembly of the State of Missouri.' The men were to elect their own
approved, February 2C, 1 843. entitled j Commander at the place of general
an act to provide lor the selection and j meeting, and march immediately,
sale of the lands granted to this State, I The route was to be taken on the
lv an act of Confess, approved Sep- j south side of Ked river, only crossing
tember 4. 1841, giving notice to all ! over when the road rendered it nee
persons claiming pre-empt:ons (in the jessary, and military observations
land districts north ofthe Missouri j w ere to be exclusively confined to
river, and west of ihe range line di- the territory of Tcxis and Mexico.
tion in Texas as to possess now neith
er interest nor value.
From Vie Rirhmmd Compiler.
The President' and Mr. Bolls.
The questions of veracity between
President Tyler and Mr. Holts rath
er multiply than diminish. The Madi
sonian of a few days since Contained
an cditoiid notice of some assertions
made by Mr. llotts affecting the
course of the President, and contra
dieted tliein most flatly, under the au
thority of Mr. Tyler, implied in the
phraseology "we aie mrhorized to
snv.' k.c. Sir. IJotts appears in a Ion.''
statement in re ill v to this nutliorita
live contradiction, in Wednesday's
Wlii. To this statement he was
qualified before a Magistrate, and cer
tificate and all are published togetnei.
Mr. It tts' publication embraces
much dialoguo between himself and
the President; this he says is as near
verbatim as he can recollect (lie be
lieves precisely as it ocenred.) lie
is thus particular because he affixes
affidavit, which, he says, must plead
his apology for introducing language
not becoming him nor the President,
and .still les the public, mints. Mr.
15. avows bis gratification at the op
portunity tiie denial through the Madi
soniau affords, to make known the
cause of his first denunciation of Mr.
"Mr. Holts says he visited the Presi
dent on the 3d day of the extra ses
sion, on business, ami that after the
business was over Mr. Tyler said:
Well. Ilotts, I understand you have
been denouncing my message;' to
which 1 replied.
Mr. I vler, 1 have sai.I noth-
ge that deserves
his letter'To the Public,' 21st August,
1841, in explanation of the 'Coffee
House' Letter, which point to this
conversation. One of these says that
the conduct of Tyler betrayed a
'perfidy that filled him with di-gnst;
and another ran thus: 'If high official
siation had been uppermost in my
" '. r - i i.fr.,. .i
and therefore required us to give up ; ". - par-
the Distribution clause.' ! y ".y friends, and given ,n my
15 ,tts st iles tliat he then nd vised adhesion to Iler s re-election, and
the Picsident to save as much money sustained him in his desertion.'
questions of vprariiy at issue let wren
tain portion of the country think of
the Compromise ActnnditM wed
enough to humor them.
'And for this it was that 1 denounc
ed his pharisaical and hypocritical
cant about the Compromise act w hen
lie vetoed the Tariff Bill, because it
violated, as he said, its provisions.
as possible that in lour years he
might save .00,000915,003 a year
which would be a fine estaie in
'Botts,' said he, 'why confine me to
'Why, confine to you What? said
I with surprise.
' V es, whv c mime me to Jour years fj
Why not twelve? I am now finish
in:! out the unexpired term of Gener
al Harrison, and if 1 can make my
administration popular, why shou'd 1
not be entitled to an election on my
own account, arid then il 1 c.'Uld
make myselt acceptable to the peo
ple, whv should I not serve out my
own eisiht years, as ethers have done
'Why, Tyler,' I answered, 'yon
forgot the one term principle. .o,'
said he, 'if every bodv else wouM b
bound by the one term principle, so
would I; but nobody else is, and why
should I be?
'Tyler,' said I, 'let me entreat you.
even in jest, never to talk m tliis way
to any body else.'
This having been said, apparently
half in jest and half in earnest, I was
doubtful how he intended ii, until in
a more serious tone, he resumed.
'Now, Botts, don't you go off half
cocked, and oppose my adnunistra
tion I had rather bny man in Con
gress should oppose my a Imiuisira
ti.n than Vou I am under greater
obligations to you than anv bo.iy else,
and there is no man whose interests
I should take greater pleasure in pro
moting than yours. Aow, sir, I have
a Cabinet around me not of mv own
Iseleelionf ibis i-i ttenpr.il 1 1 in iin"
uig aoout vour message Unit iteserves ,. , ., . . ,
. . , " . . . i T. I , it abinet, and 1 do not know how hiig
lo Lu Uiliiliiuiriniu a- u-iuiii.i,tiiiii, I . , .
, , . i- I i 1 1 can live in harmony uitht icm. I
though I am sorry to lind vou havei, ... , -, .
. r. . ii i" i i i ", n don t knw how soon I liny have to
illTUIJI I! 1-4 U llll-H "iii.n .-lull lllllll- M .. . i r -i r
, , ca.I around me a political fum y of
i.nnA tiii. lo eoiiiiimniente verv . . . ' . .
.... ..... .. ...... i i i i i
mi own umiui, iiuu lieu I uo, w nere
whisper that may be made.
Vou candidly what I did snv
message when asked mv
of the !
should I look so soon as to mv old
Irieiiijs, from my own doois," extend
vuling ranees seventeen.) unaer uie
act aforesaid, to piove and pay for
the same, within twelve months from
the date of this pnclamotion at the
The St. I.nuis road will be rnteied
150 miles fiom Snr.ta Fe, within the
territory of that departmt n:.
r loin tiie information trom anta
I IJ ; , , , , I . ....
ii. i uiii ll tii i a if 9ii.fr. nii-n iiiiii
water atl".:ir, and not such as 1 h id de
sired or expected to see.'
Tyler, said with s me animation,
but go-id hiimoredlv: 'Well, God
what did you expect or
vprsp wit K il.. ,
. ...... nini utucr mm lime snow ' ? i- t r
r r, . .. 5 lm I Indiana Twenties, passed upon one of
o: e-infilen( m ft-.,,r.i ..ti .i. . ... ' . 1
U1C all luill an our iariel street merchants early
u.iguarued or impetuous remark may be last evening, and for which he
reported to Santa Anna, whose spies PS 1 S good change.
swarm through the country. The fact' This note w made payable at the
that this military dictator ; Jmrtl.. I branch at incennes. signed
uown to lus iaoenii of Man-ra del
land office in the town of Chilicothe in Fe, tror.g hopes weie entertained of
the county ot i.evingsmn. neiore Keg-1 t,e capture ol both Amino and '.ew
ister and Receiver of sai l office, who js on the road.
are now legally authorized to take Spies were out. with proper in
proof of pre-emptions as aforesaid, j structions, tt every point, and the
Era, I promptness, efficiency, and secrecy
r . r . w iobserved in the whole matter unto
Ileicare of Counterfeits. We ware: . . r . .i .
, ,, . r -, ,1 r ,, the time stait.ng. promise the most
shown another counterfeit lull ol the , ,. , r ..
i.ivriniuif lesuiis. int- men weie ail
Ross, Cashier, S. Merit President; let-
Ii. ti iirr-i.t.
vo, leads many to believe that Vera ti i i 1 !
Cruz will be the stage upon which will
be played the first scenes of the expect
amined. is very indistinct particularly
the trees about the State House and
the XX in the circles are out of pro
portion, the cross being too high up.
All genuine bills of the Indiana State
Bank are numbered at the mother of
fice and sent to the Branch and anoth
er number ti-it on, which will be of
Occupation or Onr.cex. We learn
says the Era, by a printed circular from
a committee of gentlemen of Cincinnati,
that a Convention will be held in that
city, on the 3d, 4th and 5th days of July
nexr, to urge upon Congress the imme
diate occupation ofthe Oregon Territory
by the arms"and Iaw of thi R,.1,U I
and to adopt such measures as may seem" j HKRr'S G",STv V' T 'T ?
cf ... ; ,- , 3 , - I akmers. Our Western agricultural-
tuuuutiic iu us luimeuiaie ana el.
fectual occupation, w hether the govern
ment acts or not iu the matter. It will
the st me decimals, but not tl'e same
thousands this is a sure test, for the
counterfeits are not numbered rogu
arly. St. Louis Gazette.
be proposed to base the action of the
Convention on Mr. Monroe's declara
tion of 1823, "That the A mcrican conti
rents are not to be considered subject to
fitted out at their own expense all
well mounted w-ell armed and a'l
good soldiers. Xone were received
but citizens ol good character nnd
standing, and then they arc mostly
men of property and respectability
at home. They are all such as have
respect for then. selves, and for the
laws of their country and of eivilied
nations, and no apprehension need be
le'tbythc friends of American tra
ders to Santa Fe, that such will be
in anv manner molested.
They are believed to have in foi ma
lion of all the Mexican parties, w hich
were to have left either Santa Fe or
St. Louis and will probably intercept
them on the road. Their object does
not, however, end here. The itv
of Santa Fe will be entered, and, if
it is deemed prudent, and the people
of the country are able to distinguish
their friends and benefactors from the
tyrants and bloodsuckers who now
oppress them, a descent will be made
Said 1, 'Tyler, it is time you and
1 had come to an undei standing.
You say you had rather any mm in
Congress should oppose your adminis-
! i . i . i- i . 1 trntinii tli-n I X"..,.- ..- ln. ...
" ' ll, ICl IIIC
to you, il it is your purpose to act
with strict fidelity to that great Whig
party to which I am and ever have
been attached in principle. ;.n I which
orougiu you into power; il it is your
'Now. bv God.' said Mr. Tvler. l'u,Pose to c:irry out m good Uih
that shows how damned hard you lliese measures of relief, which we
arc to ple.sc. I have submitted to ,' ,l;lve promised to the country you
vonr consideration three plans, the sl,il" npver want a supporter on that
Bank of the United Slates, the State j Il"r wl,ile 1 a" there and able to i en
Bank system and the Sub-Treasury: I'f you assistance; but, by G d.
and have told vou to take your choice,! '-'", if it is your purpose to betiay
. . .- ... . . . . .i... . . . i i .
a nil I would be satisfied with cith. i ral 1 J"o o aeieal their mea
'Well sir,' said I, 'I would have
had yon to have iccummcndcd a
Bank of the United Slates, flat (loot
ed and in the most unqualified terms
'But,' said 1,'Mr. Tyler, did'nt you
know that a Whig Congres woidd
take neither the State Bank System
nor the Sub Treasury?'
'Certainly I did.'"' said he, 'and j :,s ,',r "'lice, to which yon have alhid-
iiieretore you ougtit to Pe satisti.-ii. "n -s.i i-'nm, m:,i mere i
surcs it it is your purpose to break
them down an 1 set up a party for
yourself I'll be dimned if ever you
did see a more violent end bitlcr'op-
ponent than you will find in me: and
on to sav, that he re- n."t :,n "Tice in thegift of the Kxecu-
ists grow too much coin and wheat,
and too little herds grass seed, for
market. Our remarks are based upon upon Chihuahua, and the whole of
the facts, that w heat is wortli only ! northern Mexico may be revolution
25 cents a bushel in the interior of In-! ized.
diana and Illinois, and that many bush- On this, however, the men are de-' enough revenue to the
els of corn are sent from the latter j terminer!: That they will not return ! Government.
'There it is again.' said he; 'why.
maiked he should have recommended j ,lve t'l;lt ' desire to hold. an. I not one
a bank out-right, and let Congress
come to his aid, and stood shoulder
to shoulder; by which tt ey would
have escaped the taunt that we had
a Whig President who dares not re
commend a Bank: but B. had another
objection to the message, that it did
not recommend, iinrpialifieiily, the dis-
tnbution ot the sales of the public
lands. The statement proceeds:
'And so I have,' said he.
'O.'i no.' I s.iid, 'you have attached
a proviso, that the duties to be levied
shouldn't exceed those contemplated
by the act of 1833, which ou know
the v are obliged to do in order to raise
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i..- , , i onir io ijosioii, .ij.iisi, uy wn: w a v : wiiuoui .vriiino oeau or a ive.
colonization by any European powers:" , of Xew (hU ,, S(),al 5- j to
and uat we should consider any attempt cents a l,usl:cl. Uerdi grass could ' be published, ami are credited in Tex
oa t.icir part, to extend their systems to j be sent to the same market, nt the as, of the incoming of the Mier pris
any portion of this hemisphere, as dan- ) same, if not a less price per bushel, oners, and of a large party of them
gerous to our peace and safety." Dele- i ar"l H worth .52 50, or five times the ; under Col. Cameron being among the
value ol corn. W hen it is recollect. ; Ap ichi Indians.
ed that a bushel of western corn ! Speaking of the murder of Char
weighs 50 lbs., il must be apparent ' vis, on the St. Louis and Santa Fe
that the cost of its transportation from ' road, the Galveston Civillian,
gales are expected from all the States
and Towns ofthe West, aad their early
appointment is solicited.
Win. Rogers, who cut a Reticule from
a Lady's arm, while walking in the
streets of St. Louis, a few days ago, was
tried on Thursday last, and sentenced to
the penitentiary for five years.
The Richmond Whig of the 23d,
states that Mr. Botts has served Mr.
by God, sir, you don't understand the
compromise Act;' and stepping off
to his table he brought the volume of
laws containing the Compromise Act
and read from it the passage which
declares that nothing here 111 contain
ed shall be so imntrued as to prevent
the passage of any act prior to the
Ort.l. 1 .1 T a n a -x - .1
juiuuayoi june, 1 u-iy, in Ihe con
western Illinois to New York and j that it is greatly to be regretted on I tingency either of excess or deficien-
Boston w ill leave but a miserable pit- j account of the connection it is made
tance to the cultivator of this great to assume with the expedition now
(staple. ! beneved lo be on its march to Sir.ta
aiii-..?!.. .iu.wi.7t't .-m-. c Ul 1 c IU iivciit UIO n IVIIS Ol IC.iaS,
Delaware tiave realized great advan- and adds: there is no reason to
tages from the kilndryinp of corn and j believe that this murder was either
Jones with a notice of an intent to con-
i meal for exportation. The adoption
of this practice in the rich corn-grow.
. in ir districts in the west could not fail
test his right to a seat in Congress, and of being eminently ineful.
has given him a list of two hundred and j But while our wentern farmers anil
seventy odd names of voters objected to. mTchanf-t ought ti improve every nd-
j vantage that will render their crops ed Secretary of the Treasury of the
Mad Docs. We learn by the Ilanni- j more valuable, they should not fad to ' Republic,
bal Journal, that this fearful malady has j keep the Atlantic cities well supplied It seems fo be fastened upon Hons
agaia Bjada its appearaac ia that towa. with P" '! Buff'tl Mv. ton that he has been guilty of secret
expected or authorized by Col. Wnr
field, and we regard him as no more
responsible for it than if it lind been
committed by Indians or other per
sons whom he liar! never seen.
Dr. Jas. 15. Miller has been appoint
cy of revenue, altering the rates of
duties, &x. so as to adjust the reve
nue to suit either contingency.
'Now,' said he, sir hasn'i the con
tingency arisen 1 is theie not a defi
ciency in the revenue? and whit is
there in tins act to prevent you from
raising the duties to 20, 30. 40. 50.
or 100 per cent, if it shall be neces
sary, 'without violating its provi
sions?' Well, said L Tvhr. if ti.;.
be your construction of that
dirl you say any thing about the 'du
ties contemplated by it. in conne.
Hon with the subject of Distribution?'
Oh,' said he, 'you know what a cer-1
thai I would consent to accept, if i
were t l:e atten.led with the slight
est sacrifice of mv political inte-rity.
..f .1 i: i .-
uio coiui,ieiice oi mv constitu
ents." Well, well,' said he. Kve wont talk
any moreahout this uovv Come, take
oil your hat, an-l stay anil dine with
me.' 'I tried to excuse myself; he
insisted, took my hat and 'umbrella
from me, and I staid, am! broke bread
that day with him for the last time in
his own house.'
Botts says he visited, the President
for some lime afterwards, mid tried
to advise him; until he 'found' his
Bolts makes some statements cor
roborative of the liuth ol the forego
ing. He says he mentioned the cop.
versation u the same ni.dit it in cur
red, to Hon. Win. C. D.i w son an. I
II. hi. Roger L. Gamble. Mr. J5ott
and they forming a mess; and that
he Mil 'seoneri tie mm. I t.. ....... .A ..r .
..si-.inv .-is wie next day. mentioned!
11 confidentially to Messrs l ,,,
the parties. e a old the other mat
ters of the sta'ement, together with
the charge against the private char
acter of the President, desirous to re
frain as much as p"s-ib'e from person
al concerns. Indeed, it is not a lit
tle in rtityir.g to every citizen whose
national feelings are as strong as they
ought to be, to see such publications
aout the highest officer under the
Government; .-ind we would dwell
upon it as h ie'ly as propriety and as
jlisii e W .11 a'low.
tXoTE Ti e language of hi-, mes
sage is "To you lhn, who have
come more drectly from the body of
our common constituents, I submit
the en ire question, as best qualified
to give a full exposition of their wish
es and opinions."
The Nkw I'cnciiAsR Iowa Per
sons recently from the New Purchase
in lo.va, stale that the whiles were
permitted to t.d.e possession of the
land recently reded to the V. S-ates
on the 1st instant. & it was believed
there that all the lands with the ex
ception of some in the north portion
of the cession, anil which were not
desirah'e are not subject to claims.
Indeed, our informant believed that
there weie numerous conflicting
claims to every valuable track in
some cases ns high as fifteen or twen
ty in r.u iiber. The rush of popula
tion could scarcely be received.
Twenty t'.ons md claims were
t'roiight to have been made; and as
these were by persons supposed mn-
eralty to have brought their families
wi-.il them, it is es'imatcd that the
population which has g- ne on to the
New Purchase w ill reach the immense
numbf-r of CO or 100,000 son!. If
ne half of" this estimate be allowed;
rt will show that Iowa is being popu
lated w ith a rapidity beyond parallel
in the history of ihe West. Gazette.
Put -rtcAi. Wkfckkks. Captain
Chase, of tl.e schooner John Dunlap,
from Jacmel, at this porr, informs us
that he was boarded in Crooked Is
land Passage (off the Bahamas) by a
boat from a fure and aft schooner of
about 70 t ns. The Captain report
ed himself as a w recker belonging lo
Xnssan: and alter begging sug-ar cof
fee, pork, ice, of Capi. Chase, he of-
lere.l to guc him twelve hundred dol
lars in cash, if he would ca-t his ves
sel away, that he might have the
w recking. The w recker's vessel was
mann-i! by about fifteen or twenty
en Boston D.dlv Adv.
Smmxo Scale of tiik Pke-s. Dr.
II. called at tiie London Times i (lice,
to inquire the price of inserting lire
death of a relative. "Ten shilling.,
said a smley cleik. Dr. IL remon
strated, and said he bad only paid sev
en for the Inst. "Oh." s.-id the clerk,
'hat was a corvimn death, but lids is
rim- nh rrirrn-iin I." -Well, mv
friend," said the Doctor Living down
the ten shilling, "o(r executors will
never be put to that expense."
A Li'ckv Tnot ciir. A man in O
hio was pursued lately by a b'ack
s.iake. A' .it nnee it occurred in him.
just as the reptile was preparing to
jump at his throat, o ,, n round a
small birch tie which r,,( in his
pa'h as tigh as he eoi.ld spring: he
did so ti'l he'd got the creature in a
snarl. When stopping suddenly, hn.
threw a back somerset, and the snake
trying to I.
How him lied himself in
Th following advertisement ap
pears in a London paper: "For sale,
an excellent young horse; would suit
any young lady or gentleman irtik a
St. f.oi.rs, Jur.e 7
Siil- of h hi-l weie in a i tii jlerc)nj at ".!
; ar.it ihe nipelTli not equal to tbe
1.1 iLieniien. nn.i . a i
- .iiiiiks. ir,.rtni
:iim,J We rnniiiriic to onnlc fl.iur at 4 50 for
ll i . . " " ' K"" eouni'v nraniK, s.ji.mt I jl 31. Hi firm
..r ..ppe.us u ll.eOC gentlemen to sav I Hem,. 3S(I $ 75-rcreinl, .bout equal
il the conversation iml,li.i.i : i.;Jiii,im!i. i.
Karnn lilirn. at rormer quotations. Larq
'i n 4
si.nemeni )s nt Sul,st;,ntl;,v ,nc
same as related to them at the tune
specified. B. argues that at the time
f the dialogue and its relation t..
these gentelmcn, he was on terms of
the strictest friendship with Tyler
nnfimia Km -.11 I. ll
.v,. . uT .in nuiioraou! means to
advance his views, and rejoj. in.' in
hissucces. It could not, therefore,
be supposed, he contends, thnt 111 w.ta
capable of fabricating the statement!
Tnrrc roii'iitrrhle auiMation in th a
lic'e nf mgnr, ami the Ueuiand i lrisk at 5J
a C rents.
Tobacco ii nul quite as briik a it watl.i-t
week. The ii'rt iplsyri-lerilay aniounteJ to
.'til MmIs , nn.l Ihe fi.llowinc fairs were
I nin.lr at the Danlera Wnichou'e :
I'n.'n) ranges .Cg 40, lo $4 73.
Refuted from $ 1 0(1, lo J'J Oil.
Freights lo New Orleans testerila; were
asf.illows: tnbnoco, hhd. 2 25 a t'2 SO:
. r? -.".vuiriii i
then made, to prejudice Tvler WP(rwl. Ml cents; wheal, bushel I2i
complish any selfish or interested mo-1 bK 37 ' iMl .', s lead per ll
Dei foi ll.r rrr. ,n . - j 1 f bulk freigkt IS a 20 cents per bun-
tie tut tlier refers to sentences in drJ.